Nikki Haley Celebrates Jury Awarding E. Jean Carroll $83 Million From Trump

Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) is facing major backlash on social media for celebrating a jury ordering her opponent, former president and current GOP primary frontrunner Donald Trump, to pay $83 million in damages in the ludicrous civil case against him.

E. Jean Carroll, who has been proven to be mentally unstable, won $83 million in damages after accusing Trump of attacking her in a dressing room in the 1990s, then sued him for defaming her when he protested his innocence.

The case was presented without a single shred of evidence to a court in far-left New York City, with the jury ruling that he was liable for battery, though they did not agree to all of the charges. The mentally unhinged woman then sued him for defamation after he repeatedly stated that he never met her and asserted his innocence. Trump was never allowed to properly defend himself in the ludicrous case, especially because it supposedly happened so long ago that there is no evidence to refute.

In the latest civil case, Trump was found to have defamed Carroll and ordered to pay her $83 million — though his legal team has already vowed to appeal the ruling.

Conservatives and other anti-establishment individuals, many of whom do not even support Trump, immediately spoke out against the verdict — pointing out that the case was just another example of the far-left using the courts to sabotage Trump’s presidential campaign.

However, Haley sided with the Democrats on the issue, telling NBC News anchor Kristen Welker on “Meet The Press” that she trusted the jury in the case.

“I absolutely trust the jury, and I think that they made their decision based on the evidence,” Haley said, despite there being no actual evidence presented in the case. “I just don’t think that should take him off the ballot. I think American people will take him off the ballot.”

The former South Carolina governor, who is trailing behind Trump in national polls by a staggering 63% despite enlisting support from Democrat voters, even used the verdict to try to score political points in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“Donald Trump wants to be the presumptive Republican nominee and we’re talking about $83 million in damages. We’re not talking about fixing the border. We’re not talking about tackling inflation. America can do better than Donald Trump and Joe Biden,” she wrote, ignoring the fact that Trump has refused to be named as the presumptive nominee, as he stated he wants to win the primary at the ballot box.

Haley was immediately roasted in the comments.

“We’re talking about gross malfeasance and excessive fines by a weaponized justice system against a private citizen, Nikki,” wrote The Redheaded Libertarian.

A popular commentator who goes by the X handle “Catturd” responded by sharing a screenshot of a news story about Haley’s documented affairs, alluding to the fact that she carries as much scandalous baggage as she claims that Trump does.

“Your donor, Reid Hoffman, also funded E. Jean Carroll’s case. More proof that you’re a freaking Democrat pretending to be a Republican,” another user wrote.

“Really, this is your response? Instead of decrying an obviously rigged and unjust legal system that’s trying to ruin Trump because he’s Trump… you take the left’s side and propagate their talking point? Despicable, Nikki,” wrote podcast host Liz Wheeler.

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